I am running a couple of clients on win XP where I want the user to be able to do nothing else than surf, chat (MSN) and mail. I am using a group policy for the network where I lock registry, set computer as "public access" and remove all items from start menu among other things.
While setting this up I've encountered a few problems/questions that I would like to clear out. This is one question I have:
I have MSN 6.0 and MSN 6.1 installed on all clients. When logging on MSN you have the option of choosing "Sign me in automatically", so that you don't have to enter password the next time you log on.
I would like two things to happen.
* First I don't want the login name to be stored. Now a user can see the email/login for the user that used the computer/MSN client before him. I want this field to always be empty. Is this possible?
* Second I want to disable the "Sign me in automatically" option. Either (if possible) graying out the checkbox - or by locking registry/files so that nothing is saved.
250 points to solution or best alternative...